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Friday, August 12, 2016

Spellbinders Flourish Frame Tutorial

Hello friends, I am sharing a tutorial for Spellbinders today combining elegant dies with whimsical butterflies - don't you love the effect.  One of the things I love about Spellbinders is the way the dies work so fabulously together - the combinations are endless - and we love that - don't we!?


Spellbinders Products:
Other : Liquid Glue; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares; Want2Scrap: Swirls Finesse - White Pearls - Self Adhesive   Imagine Crafts:  Delicata in Golden Glitz, Sponge Daubers;  Vintage button; Seam Binding; sentiment stamp

1. Stamp sentiment using black ink onto Cream cardstock.
2. Cut/emboss using Flourishes Frame Oval Insert.
3. Use Die as a stencil and sponge around the inside edges using Golden Glitz Ink and a sponge dauber.

4. Cut/emboss one(1) Flourish Frame using cutting edge and decorative insert using Sea Spray.
5. Cut/emboss Cascading Butterflies using patterned paper.
6. Remove the Butterflies from the Die.

7.  Layer small butterflies inside the larger Cascading Butterflies using 3D Foam Squares on the wings and glue in the center.

8. Adhere the die cut sentiment to the Flourished Frame using 3D Foam Squares.
9. Attach double Seam Binding bow to the lower portion of the sentiment using liquid glue.
10. Adhere vintage button to the center of the bow
11. Cut Swirls Finesse to the required length and attach each side of the button.
12. Adhere layered butterflies around the Flourished Frame as shown in the main photo.
13. Adhere bling to the body of each butterfly.
14. Attach Die cut layers to the precut card base using double sided tape.
15. Adhere large white pearls around the Flourish Frame.


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2 comments:

  1. Lovely card ;))
    Thanks for the good tutorial!

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  2. I love this card, Linda! Becca''s dies are always beautiful and you combined it well with Donna Salazar''s to create a gorgeous card! Where did the sentiment stamp come from?
    Sanding Smith

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